Bestpass will integrate ORDP into its platform to assist drivers and fleets by connecting them with local licensed attorneys if they receive a traffic citation. With an ORDP membership plan, attorney fees, bond or bail postings, and appeal fees are covered, according to a Bestpass press release.
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“This partnership with ORDP allows us to provide a streamlined solution for our customers to keep their trucks on the road,” said Bestpass Chief Revenue Officer Jason Walker. “Small to mid-size fleets and owner-operators often don’t have the resources or time to deal with the headaches of managing tolls or legal proceedings. Their time is better spent focusing on their day-to-day operations or growing their business.”
Through this partnership with ORDP, Bestpass customers will have integrated access to ORDP services through their Bestpass account. Bestpass customers who sign up for ORDP, or existing ORDP customers who add Bestpass for toll management services, will have a bundled monthly payment with special pricing available through their Bestpass account. With this integration, Bestpass noted it would provide additional support for customers managing their ORDP membership plan or assistance uploading citations. More information is available on the ordp“>Bestpass website.
“ORDP and Bestpass share a similar mission to provide solutions for truck drivers and carriers to relieve pain points that come with running a business in the trucking industry,” said ORDP Managing Director Bryan Shannon. “Drivers don’t have the time to spend a day in court fighting a traffic violation, and fleets or owner-operators don’t need to dedicate time trying to manage toll bills. We’re proud to align ourselves with Bestpass and offer an integrated solution for customers utilizing our services.”
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